Master of Science in
Health Law and Strategy
The Future of Medicine
The Master of Science in Health Law and Strategy program is uniquely designed to provide mid-career leaders with an engaging, comprehensive, and strategic lens into the legal aspects and dynamic landscape of the health sector. As an interdisciplinary graduate degree, this joint degree is taught by expert faculty from NYU Law and NYU Wagner, two top-ranked NYU schools.
Program Format + Curriculum Overview
The MS in Health Law and Strategy program is a 30-credit MS degree for professionals, incorporating both online courses and hybrid-learning modules. Over 12 months, students will attend three residential sessions.
- Earn your Masters in just 12 months
- Online & low-residency format
- GRE, GMAT, or LSAT not required
- Rolling Admissions
Courses and Topics:
- Digital Health
- Information Privacy
- Healthcare Reform
- Antitrust and M&A
- Equity & Ethics
- Healthcare Fraud
- Comparative Health Law
- U.S. and International Legal Environment
- Healthcare Economics
- Strategy and Enterprise Risk Management
- Equity and Ethics in Healthcare I
- Finance and Strategic Decision-Making
- Health Policy and the Politics of Healthcare
- Health Law: Regulation and Governance, Comparative Effectiveness
- Equity and Ethics in Healthcare II
- Information and Technology in Healthcare Law
- Healthcare Innovation Antitrust, AI, Patents, and Intellectual Property
- Business Relationships: Contracts, M&A, Private Equity, and Venture Capital
- Equity and Ethics in Healthcare III
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Alumni were asked to reflect on their program experience and the value of their degree.
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Have an increased ability for career mobility & advancements
Would recommend the MS CRS program to colleagues
Feel more effective in their role and/or organization
The MS in Health Law and Strategy faculty from NYU Law and NYU Wagner bring their research and industry expertise to the classroom.
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